|08 Nov 2012||#1|
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Duplicate Library Folder
On my full version Windows 8 laptop, I have recently run into an error.
As you can see, for some reason I have 2 library folders.
If I delete one, nothing happens for ~6 seconds, and then both of them are deleted.
If I edit the content of one, it edits the other.
If I hit restore default libraries, it remains the same!
If I try to make a new library and rename it to Music, it does what it is supposed to. However, a couple of seconds later, another Music folder pops up!
Also, for some reason, the Documents library is no longer there, and I can't seem to restore the original one in any way.
Does anyone know how to fix this?
P.S. The reason I want the original folders back is so I can use IconPackager to apply custom icons to them and their contents.
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